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<b>CANADA:</b> Group challenges ruling requiring doctors to give referrals for services that clash with beliefs

CANADA: Group challenges ruling requiring doctors to give referrals for services that clash with beliefs

In court documents filed ahead of today's hearing, the group said the ruling was unreasonable because it gave more weight to an assumed problem with access to health care than to a real infringement of doctors' rights
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Libby and John Beeden attempt to cross the Atlantic the hard way

ONTARIO: Libby and John Beeden attempt to cross the Atlantic the hard way

Father-daughter duo passes halfway point rowing across the ocean, wending their way through a riveting adventure
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Jet fuel spill 'more extensive than originally thought', says Ministry of Transportation

ONTARIO: Jet fuel spill 'more extensive than originally thought', says Ministry of Transportation

Clean up efforts will continue for another four weeks, says a MTO spokesperson
<b>ONTARIO:</b> GPS sends motorist into bush trail

ONTARIO: GPS sends motorist into bush trail

Police are urging motorists to pay attention and use common sense when operating a GPS
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Study finds that divorce may hurt teens more than children

BEYOND LOCAL: Study finds that divorce may hurt teens more than children

The study also shows that after a family break-up, children from more privileged backgrounds were just as likely to have mental-health problems as their less advantaged peers
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Ontarians helping homeless stay warm as the province endures extreme cold

ONTARIO: Ontarians helping homeless stay warm as the province endures extreme cold

Experts say they are continuing to call on the Ontario government to create affordable housing and fund social services to address homelessness in the province
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Police helicopter catches impaired arrest on video

ONTARIO: Police helicopter catches impaired arrest on video

A caller tipped police off
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

ONTARIO: Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

The provincial deadline to decide is today
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Videos capture just how cold it is in Timmins

ONTARIO: Videos capture just how cold it is in Timmins

The area continues to be under an extreme cold warning
<b>CANADA:</b> McGill science group questions sale of "quack remedies"

CANADA: McGill science group questions sale of "quack remedies"

Homeopathy, which dates back to 1796, is based on the principle that "like cures like," or the idea that a disease can be cured by ingesting a low dose of something that produces similar symptoms in a healthy person